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PS3 Trophies: Top 5 most difficult to obtain

When playing a Sony PS3 game, there is nothing better than seeing a trophy icon appear on your screen. This gives you a feeling that you have achieved something great in the game, well you do want some reward for all those hours spent in front of your TV.

Some trophies are harder to get than others, but this is all part of the appeal and adds some excitement to gaming. Those hard trophies are not for the casual gamer, you need to be someone who loves to step up to the challenge, but what are the five most difficult to obtain?

PlayStation Lifestyle
thought that they would take a closer look at this, but you will be surprised at the results.

The first of the five is WipEout HD: Beat Zico (Gold Trophy). In order to obtain this, you will need to either equal or beat the lap time of 30.82 seconds using Piranha on three tracks, Anulpha Pass Speed Lap, Venom. Most would admit that this is very hard to do.

The next trophy that is hard to achieve is Call Of Duty World At War: Hardened War Hero (Gold Trophy). To get this you will need to complete the game in Hardened or Veteran difficulty, this has to be in solo only.

The next is Bomber — Get 15 bombs, according to PlayStation Lifestyle this will take hundred of hours of game play, not sure how many people would want to play it that much.

Bioshock: I Chose the Impossible (Gold Trophy), you will need to complete the game in Survivor difficulty, oh did we mention that you cannot use Vita-chamber. The final difficult trophy to attain is Fight Night Round 4: XXL (Gold Trophy). You will need to win the heavyweight championship belt while playing the world championship mode online.

Have you been able to achieve any of these trophies?

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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